Volume 9.1 Phenomenology in practice – 1998


  • On the experience and representation of space – Martin Adams
  • Helping people with existential crises – David Welsh Simpson
  • Is a Sartrean based existential-phenomenological group therapy viable? – Inder Manocha
  • John Bowlby’s concern with the actual phenomenological aspects of attachment theory – Hans W Cohn
  • The philosophical basis of attachment theory: Attachment, intersubjectivity, Being-in-the-world – Nicola Diamond
  • An Existential analysis of the 12 step approach to chemical dependency – Rachel Beasley
  • Ho Hum : a phenomenology of Boredom – Andy White
  • The story of Ms U; an attempt at existential-phenomenological analysis – Simona Revelli
  • On the spaces between the letters of a title of a text which has no title, or: “ ” – Alan D.Jones
  • Professional identities in the N.H.S. – Martin Milton, Maureen Taylor, Byron Gaist
  • On the possibility of a dialogue between philosophical counselling and existential psychotherapy – Ran Lahav
  • Book Reviews

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